Jon Rahm’s first round back after US Open win | Round 1 Highlights | 2021 abrdn Scottish Open

Playing his first round as a Major Champion after his triumph at the U.S. Open Championship, Jon Rahm picked up where he left off starting strongly with seven birdies and two bogeys in a 66 that left him just two shots off the lead,


The European Tour’s Race to Dubai returns to Renaissance Club this week for the second Rolex Series event of the year – the abrdn Scottish Open. A star studded field are set to compete this week, but who will be crowned champion? World number one John Rahm is in the form of his life after capturing his first major at Torrey Pines last month. The two-time Irish Open winner grew up on the north coast of Spain so will be used to the coastal weather and winds that may come this week. Five-time European Tour winner Tommy Fleetwood showed enough in his T17th finish in Ireland last week to indicate his form is on the up. He lost to Aaron Rai in the play-off at Renaissance Club last year and will be aiming to go a step further as he looks to cement his place in the Ryder Cup team. Meanwhile, having won the World Golf Championships and finished inside the top 10 at two majors this year, Collin Morikawa will be hoping to bring his form to Scotland. Other notable contenders include Bernd Wiesberger, Richard Bland and Garrick Higgo.

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